Builders FirstSource Acquires Kansas City Building Supply

Originally published by: GlobeNewswireNovember 5, 2020

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Builders FirstSource, Inc., the largest supplier of building products, prefabricated components, and value-added services in the United States, today announced it has purchased the assets of Kansas City Building Supply, located in Overland Park, Kansas.

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Kansas City Building Supply has built a strong reputation for high quality products and customer service. They are a leading supplier of interior and exterior doors, windows, millwork, cabinetry, and hardware to residential homebuilders, repair and remodel contractors, and retail consumers in the Kansas City market, with annual revenue of approximately $30 million.

“I am very happy to welcome Dennis Donnelly and all of his team members to Builders FirstSource. We look forward to deepening our presence and expanding our value-add offerings to customers in the Kansas City MSA. Even with our BMC merger planning underway, we plan to continue to pursue accretive tuck-in acquisition opportunities that create value for our business and our customers,” said Chad Crow, President and Chief Executive Officer.

Dennis Donnelly, President of Kansas City Building Supply, will assume management responsibilities for the other existing BFS locations in the Kansas City market. Mr. Donnelly added, “I’m excited for the tremendous growth opportunities this transaction provides for both our employees and customers. Our people have always been passionate about customer service. They will now have greater access to resources and product offerings to help our customers become even more successful.”